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October 19, 2019
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Pak Qatar Takaful signs agreement for 1LINK’s bill payment services

Pak-Qatar Takaful Group (PQTG), recently signed an agreement with 1LINK (Pvt) Limited (1LINK) to digitize their payment collection methods through 1LINK’s bill payment service.

The signing ceremony was held at Pak-Qatar’s head office, Karachi. The agreement was signed by Nasir Ali Syed, CEO, PQFTL and Najeeb Agrawalla, CEO 1LINK. Through this collaboration, customers of Pak-Qatar Takaful will have the convenience to make digital payments, at the time and place of their convenience through Banks’ ADC channels and OTC.

 Nasir Ali Syed, CEO, PQFTL said, “This partnership between Pak-Qatar Takaful and 1LINK will help bring more people into the National Financial Inclusion program of Pakistan. Our members can now benefit from 1LINK’s bill payment system, which will give them more convenience to pay digitally on-the-go from any of their internet-based devices like smartphones, tablets. etc. This will further enhance smart e-solutions to easily avail the most fundamental need of providing financial protection and investment through Takaful to anyone. We believe it is yet another step taken by Pak-Qatar Takaful towards technological innovation in the industry.”

“1LINK continues to play a pivotal role in facilitating change in the payments arena, creating ease for players like Pak-Qatar Takaful to offer secure and convenient digital payment avenues to its customers, available across all banks’ channels.” Najeeb Agrawalla, CEO, 1LINK further stated, “With this collaboration, we have enabled a leading Takaful player for offering convenience through digitization.”